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SU:

A Japanese word meaning Simple or Unadorned.

FITNESS:

Sets of exercises for a Good State of Health.

THE BENEFITS OF SU-FIT is not just a workout for the body, it raises consciousness to bring energy into your life and people around you. Created by Health Coach, Wayne Lèal, it is based on a 35-year empirical study that conceptualises the process of intentional behavioural change (if you don’t know where you are going, how will you know when you get there?). It works alongside two innovative exercise programmes: JumpGa and Kun-Aqua; aimed at clever people 35 and above who want to preserve their youth right down to their DNA.

The training reduces stress, the risk of injury and decreases muscle tension and weakness.  It helps people meet their mental, weight and fitness goals; building focus, strength, endurance and flexibility, whilst paying attention to awareness, form, and functional movement in order to address mind and body imbalances with primary, basic movement patterns that also combat age-related changes.

 

SU:

A Japanese word meaning
Simple or Unadorned.

FITNESS:

Sets of exercises for a
Good State of Health.

THE BENEFITS OF SU-FIT is not just a workout for the body, it raises consciousness to bring energy into your life and people around you. Created by Health Coach, Wayne Lèal, it is based on a 35-year empirical study that conceptualises the process of intentional behavioural change (if you don’t know where you are going, how will you know when you get there?). It works alongside two innovative exercise programmes: JumpGa and Kun-Aqua; aimed at clever people 35 and above who want to preserve their youth right down to their DNA.

The training reduces stress, the risk of injury and decreases muscle tension and weakness.  It helps people meet their mental, weight and fitness goals; building focus, strength, endurance and flexibility, whilst paying attention to awareness, form, and functional movement in order to address mind and body imbalances with primary, basic movement patterns that also combat age-related changes.

 

PRINCIPLES

OF SU-FIT

Set a realistic  goal: for the sense of achievement and self-fulfillment.

Exercise regularly: develop self-discipline, and in turn, enhance many other aspects of your life.

Practice mindfulness: reinforce your ability to be intensely aware, of yourself and your surroundings.

Nobody is born with wisdom. It is something we must discover for ourselves; knowledge from a series of experiences that forms our identity. The discipline to exercise is not necessarily there in people who need to do it the most.  When you want to exercise, but don’t, it, most likely, results  from not being sufficiently motivated. You will only achieve something if you really want it; it’s as simple as that. This is reason why SU-FIT was created with its mindful approach for a successful life-fitness outcome.

“Being unfit at 40 accelerates Brain Ageing”

PRINCIPLES

OF SU-FIT

Set a realistic  goal: for the sense of achievement and self-fulfillment.

Exercise regularly: develop self-discipline, and in turn, enhance many other aspects of your life.

Practice mindfulness: reinforce your ability to be intensely aware, of yourself and your surroundings.

Nobody is born with wisdom. It is something we must discover for ourselves; knowledge from a series of experiences that forms our identity. The discipline to exercise is not necessarily there in people who need to do it the most.  When you want to exercise, but don’t, it, most likely, results  from not being sufficiently motivated. You will only achieve something if you really want it; it’s as simple as that. This is reason why SU-FIT was created with its mindful approach for a successful life fitness outcome.

“Being unfit at 40 accelerates

Brain Ageing”

JUMPGA.COM

ENDORSED BY Yoga Alliance Professionals; JumpGa is a Yoga hybrid training programme that will take you to your exertion limit, and back with Yoga flexibility, and breathing. ‘Peak Zone’ rebounding exercises, where your feet barely leave the mat. Coupled with Yoga moves that everyone can do.

Champney’s Wellness Director, Louise Day says: ‘I see more fitness choices available than ever before. HIIT or resistance workouts? Calisthenics or virtual boxing? Wellness or mindfulness? Group fitness classes have evolved markedly in recent years, and this is reflected in the wide range of group classes we offer. My job is to choose a training programme that has a future and will impact on people’s physical and mental fitness. I see JumpGa as the complete training programme that will take exercise to a new level: because it’s a total body programme, that can be adapted to all ages and levels of fitness’.

‘At full throttle
it’s enough to leave me gasping’

Madeline Howel

Telegraph newspaper

JUMPGA.COM

ENDORSED BY Yoga Alliance Professionals; JumpGa is a Yoga hybrid training programme that will take you to your exertion limit, and back with Yoga flexibility, and breathing. ‘Peak Zone’ rebounding exercises, where your feet barely leave the mat. Coupled with Yoga moves that everyone can do.

Champney’s Wellness Director, Louise Day says: ‘I see more fitness choices available than ever before. HIIT or resistance workouts? Calisthenics or virtual boxing? Wellness or mindfulness? Group fitness classes have evolved markedly in recent years, and this is reflected in the wide range of group classes we offer. My job is to choose a training programme that has a future and will impact on people’s physical and mental fitness. I see JumpGa as the complete training programme that will take exercise to a new level: because it’s a total body programme, that can be adapted to all ages and levels of fitness’.

‘At full throttle
it’s enough
to leave me gasping’

Madeline Howel

Telegraph newspaper

KUN-AQUA.COM

Calories Burned. Water-walking or jogging burns 563 calories per hour if you weigh155 pounds, and 654 calories an hour if you weigh 180 pounds. Water-running burns 11.5 calories per minute in comparison with running on land, which burns about 8 calories per minute, according to

The Sunday Times.22 Nov 2010

Kun-Aqua meditative sequences teach you how to slow down in a state of wellness. When practiced enough times, you will be in touch with your feelings and not just your body and thoughts.

The non-swimming water exercises improve mobility and strength, increase circulation, rehabilitate healing muscles, and control body weight.

Water is 12-15 times more resistant than air. The workouts provide 75% greater resistance than swimming. Because it maximizes the pull of water against your movements, strengthening your muscles more effectively than swimming. Where the goal is to glide through the water efficiently.

You don’t have to work up a sweat to get fit

For people who don’t fancy working up a sweat – or aren’t able to. Can get the benefits of exercise without the huffing and puffing.

Graceful, meditative ‘Kun-Aqua’ walking, may look slow and not feel as difficult as when you are doing faster movements, but it still leads to similar increases in heart rate as moderate intensity exercise. Providing the benefits to improve blood pressure and the flexibility of blood vessels.

ALLEVIATING BACK PAIN

Back and neck pain is very common, and statistics have shown that 80% of people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. KUN-AQUA is more likely to improve lower back pain than traditional exercise. Because the water resisting movements elicit the greatest muscle activation of the entire three layers of the intrinsic back muscles.

KUN-AQUA.COM

Calories Burned. Water-walking or jogging burns 563 calories per hour if you weigh155 pounds, and 654 calories an hour if you weigh 180 pounds. Water-running burns 11.5 calories per minute in comparison with running on land, which burns about 8 calories per minute, according to

The Sunday Times.22 Nov 2010

Kun-Aqua meditative sequences teach you how to slow down in a state of wellness. When practiced enough times, you will be in touch with your feelings and not just your body and thoughts.

The non-swimming water exercises improve mobility and strength, increase circulation, rehabilitate healing muscles, and control body weight.

Water is 12-15 times more resistant than air. The workouts provide 75% greater resistance than swimming. Because it maximizes the pull of water against your movements, strengthening your muscles more effectively than swimming. Where the goal is to glide through the water efficiently.

You don’t have to work up a sweat to get fit

For people who don’t fancy working up a sweat – or aren’t able to. Can get the benefits of exercise without the huffing and puffing.

Graceful, meditative ‘Kun-Aqua’ walking, may look slow and not feel as difficult as when you are doing faster movements, but it still leads to similar increases in heart rate as moderate intensity exercise. Providing the benefits to improve blood pressure and the flexibility of blood vessels.

ALLEVIATING BACK PAIN

Back and neck pain is very common, and statistics have shown that 80% of people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. KUN-AQUA is more likely to improve lower back pain than traditional exercise. Because the water resisting movements elicit the greatest muscle activation of the entire three layers of the intrinsic back muscles.

Darren Barker Former IBF World
Middleweight Champion

“IN 2013 I WON the World Middle Weight Boxing Title. It still feels like yesterday – achieving a lifelong goal is something that you never forget. I owe a lot to Wayne because I can be my own worst enemy, his coaching skills got rid of my demons and, his training approach kept me in the fight of my life. The truth, though, is that if it were not for me carrying injuries and finding traditional boxing training painful, I would never have entertained doing what I did with Wayne. It was so far removed from what everyone does; running, skipping, sit-ups and weight lifting. I still pinch myself; knowing that I became a champion without doing all that stuff. I am a huge fan of Wayne and his training technique, and living proof that what he does really works. I want everybody to know about him”.

Darren Barker Former IBF World
Middleweight Champion

“IN 2013 I WON the World Middle Weight Boxing Title. It still feels like yesterday – achieving a lifelong goal is something that you never forget. I owe a lot to Wayne because I can be my own worst enemy, his  coaching skills got rid of my demons and, his training approach kept me in the fight of my life. The truth, though, is that if it were not for me carrying injuries and finding traditional boxing training painful, I would never have entertained doing what I did with Wayne. It was so far removed from what everyone does; running, skipping, sit-ups and weight lifting. I still pinch myself; knowing that I became a champion without doing all that stuff. I am a huge fan of Wayne and his training technique, and living proof that what he does really works. I want everybody to know about him”.
If you only read one fitness book… make it this one

FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, Magazines and books all describe the keys to a ‘Better You’, with endless motivational or inspirational quotes. Yet people still fail to achieve their goal. This can often be attributed to their inability to value the reciprocal relationship between body and mind.

Your physical-self influences your mind and emotions. Most men want to lose weight, get ripped and gain muscle, and say that they would have better ‘Body Confidence’ if they could achieve this. Women are far more complex, but those who exercise regularly are better able to accept, appreciate, and respect themselves – achieving ‘Body Confidence’. So, when there is a synergistic relationship between the body and mind, you change in three profound ways; the way you look, sound and feel.

SU-FIT is the gateway to:

  • Getting your body to a place where you can feel more confident about yourself.
  • Lowering your biological age to improve weight loss—with doable exercises.
  •  Increasing your mobility, flexibility and strength, to combat age-related changes.
  • Multidisciplinary training (physical and psychological) to reduce chronic back pain.

Anyone who has attended a Wayne Lèal talk will know he has what it takes to get your mind into shape, to develop a self-fulfilling life-fitness goal. There are many people who are good at what they do. Some are excellent, and there are those that are unstoppable. This is Lèal, unstoppable because he doesn’t compete with anyone but himself.

He has, at various points in time, fractured his skull, broken his nose boxing, a bone graft in his jaw, dislocated both of his shoulders, a burst a vein in his shoulder, a hip resurface, and four major knee operations. He might look like someone in his early thirties, but he is a 60 year old grandfather who destroys age stereotypes with minimal body fat (10%) and optimum muscle mass.

LONE W•O•L•F is his story – former Businessman of the Year award-winner, health coach and entrepreneur. It is retold by those who have followed his guidance and achieved their goals, and by someone who has known him at different stages in his life: Helen Sutton, who has embraced Wayne as her health coach and is herself now achieving her goal. 

If you only read one fitness book… make it this one

FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM, Magazines and books all describe the keys to a ‘Better You’, with endless motivational or inspirational quotes. Yet people still fail to achieve their goal. This can often be attributed to their inability to value the reciprocal relationship between body and mind.

Your physical-self influences your mind and emotions. Most men want to lose weight, get ripped and gain muscle, and say that they would have better ‘Body Confidence’ if they could achieve this. Women are far more complex, but those who exercise regularly are better able to accept, appreciate, and respect themselves – achieving ‘Body Confidence’. So, when there is a synergistic relationship between the body and mind, you change in three profound ways; the way you look, sound and feel.

SU-FIT is the gateway to:

  • Getting your body to a place where you can feel more confident about yourself.
  • Lowering your biological age to improve weight loss—with doable exercises.
  • Increasing your mobility, flexibility and strength, to combat age-related changes.
  • Multidisciplinary training (physical and psychological) to reduce chronic back pain.

Anyone who has attended a Wayne Lèal talk will know he has what it takes to get your mind into shape, to develop a self-fulfilling life-fitness goal. There are many people who are good at what they do. Some are excellent, and there are those that are unstoppable. This is Lèal, unstoppable because he doesn’t compete with anyone but himself.

He has, at various points in time, fractured his skull, broken his nose boxing, a bone graft in his jaw, dislocated both of his shoulders, a burst a vein in his shoulder, a hip resurface, and four major knee operations. He might look like someone in his early thirties, but he is a 60 year old grandfather who destroys age stereotypes with minimal body fat (10%) and optimum muscle mass.

LONE W•O•L•F is his story – former Businessman of the Year award-winner, health coach and entrepreneur. It is retold by those who have followed his guidance and achieved their goals, and by someone who has known him at different stages in his life: Helen Sutton, who has embraced Wayne as her health coach and is herself now achieving her goal. 

HEALTH

COACH

AS A BEHAVIOURAL change interventionists (Health Coach) Wayne Lèal’s role is to help people develop strategies for positive outcomes. Improving their health, exercise, eating, and emotional well-being. Basically, he takes the unhealthy YOU from wanting to do something to actually getting it done.

When you are ready to live a healthier lifestyle, you’ll get better long-term results if you start improving your diet and increasing physical activity at the same time. It is very hard to do this alone but, with counselling and encouragement, it becomes less of a challenge.

Wayne doesn’t tell people what they must do, what they need to do, or what they should do. He gives them examples of his own personal experiences, ones that others have benefitted from, and that you might consider, and relate to.

Ryan Bertrand (right) was a successful young footballer (23 years old at the time), earning thousands, living an enviable lifestyle and training in a state of the art complex; but nevertheless lacking belief in his own ability and turning to Wayne for help.

He came looking for a mentor – someone to give him that confidence in himself. Despite his status with a top club, Ryan had started asking himself who he was, what he wanted and where he was going in life. He admits that a large part of the game is a psychological battle. What comes into play is the character of the athlete and what one player is willing to do that another player is not. It’s that last little bit of effort that separates them.

HEALTH

COACH

AS A BEHAVIOURAL change interventionists (Health Coach) Wayne Lèal’s role is to help people develop strategies for positive outcomes. Improving their health, exercise, eating, and emotional well-being. Basically, he takes the unhealthy YOU from wanting to do something to actually getting it done.

When you are ready to live a healthier lifestyle, you’ll get better long-term results if you start improving your diet and increasing physical activity at the same time. It is very hard to do this alone but, with counselling and encouragement, it becomes less of a challenge.

Wayne doesn’t tell people what they must do, what they need to do, or what they should do. He gives them examples of his own personal experiences, ones that others have benefitted from, and that you might consider, and relate to.

Ryan Bertrand (above) was a successful young footballer (23 years old at the time), earning thousands, living an enviable lifestyle and training in a state of the art complex; but nevertheless lacking belief in his own ability and turning to Wayne for help.

He came looking for a mentor – someone to give him that confidence in himself. Despite his status with a top club, Ryan had started asking himself who he was, what he wanted and where he was going in life. He admits that a large part of the game is a psychological battle. What comes into play is the character of the athlete and what one player is willing to do that another player is not. It’s that last little bit of effort that separates them.

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Workshops, retreats?